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john54542 Says:
Fantastic Four #162 (v1) : I think the lack of intelligence in this case lies with Roy Thomas, not Reed Richards. When it was revealed that Reed just handed over something as dangerous as a time machine to a random rich business man i was thinking WTF?!?! This plot hole kept this from getting 4 stars for me.
 
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sewixo Says:
Hulk Comics UK #8b : So I guess the blood Black Knight picked won't be delivered anytime soon?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #273 (v1) : -"Thou art a fool, Gold Mane."
-I love the picture of Loki on the last page. He's so evils!
 
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TStarnes Says:
Machine Man #18 (v1) : A mediocre story backed by art that would have been bland in the early 60s. Nice backslide Marvel.
 
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Neskit Says:
Avengers #17 (v1) : I liked the switch up in the roster. I find it adds a human factor to the comics when certain members are busy or taking a break and not always on call 24/7.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Night Nurse #2 : -This felt like it was three issues long--melodrama to the max! It's not terrible, it's just not really something that I want to read.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #272 (v1) : -Not necessarily a bad issue, I just can't stomach this kind of story anymore.
 
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Xythe Says:
Captain America #147 (v1) : Christ, Hydra can't even manage to electrocute someone properly.
 
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sewixo Says:
Hulk Comics UK #19a : Sgt. Hulk leading an army of monsters? Now that's a great idea!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : -Apparently this is not his first appearance (I don't remember him from ASM #144), but I certainly can't condone another MF'ing villain with a French accent.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Team-Up #72 (v1) : -Page 6: Whiplash has got one hell of an "area."
-If JD were worth her salt as a cop, she'd have pulled Spidey's mask off so fast his head would still be spinnin'. C'mon!
-Spidey getting the ol' "After School Special" treatment again.
-Damn, this is awful! The Fill-In King strikes again.
 
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Bestboy7850 Says:
Tales of Suspense #48 (v1) : Mister Doll can Kiss my Arse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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john54542 Says:
Fantastic Four #161 (v1) : I enjoyed this book but it's terribly confusing. I too thought this could have inspired the creators of Fringe, especially in regards to the robots being used to attack the other dimension. Whatever the case, Fringe did this better.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #71 (v1) : Sue gets a chance to mix it up with the bad guys; that's worth an extra star.
 
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Calthor Says:
Incredible Hulk #222 (v1) : Surprisingly dark stuff. Billy did some nasty things.
 
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Kez Says:
Power Man #21 : Luke Cage is such a BADASS!
 
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john54542 Says:
Werewolf by Night #26 (v1) : I found this issue disappointing. They had a chance to mix thing up a little with the chemical that Jack drank, but it didn't seem to make one bit of difference. What was the point of this storyline? A non-sensical free for all? It barely made 3 stars for me.
 
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Calthor Says:
Black Panther #11 (v1) : Ah, yes, after Devil Dinosaur I had somewhat forgotten that normal late 70's Kirby = bad for my sanity.
 
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Robareid Says:
X-Men #24 (v1) : What was the point of Xavier's disguise?
 
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Drax Says:
Captain America #163 (v1) : A team led by Cobra, a lackey at best, how can that turn wrong?
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #164 (v1) : The Gremlin?!? Captain Omen!??! Welcome back to the '60s!
 
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spencer617 Says:
Daredevil #78 (v1) : George is George Alec Effinger 1947-2002, a (then) up an coming science fiction author with his first wife Diana. Gardner is Gardner Dozois best known for his work as an editor of science fiction anthologies and magazines, at the time he would have been a fairly new editor. This is one of the few quirks of the period I really enjoy. I think it is neat to have cameo appearances of somewhat famous people and try to figure out who they are based on partial information.
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #163 (v1) : Ross face when Hulk abandoned him was priceless.
 
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MrRsBB Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #89 (v1) : Art: Mooney is gone and now Kane is pencilling...! I thought it would be worse than it was. Clearly Romita Snr can save any dire situation drawing-wise. It seems like Spider-Man's "goggles" are drawn differently here- getting bigger and thus more modern. Maybe Kane had something to do with that? I never really understood how Doc Ock is soooo powerful; isn't he just a human? The story doesn't go very far, maybe it was supposed to be a surprise. This script has more than normal thought balloon announcements so the reader doesn't get confused as to what the characters are doing; thanks Stan! Really, this book is pretty good(3+)
 
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betarayben Says:
Avengers #100 (v1) : I thought this one was just a mess. As usual, RT's story doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me ... and I would have loved to see the Hulk mixing it up with the titans and gods, but we don't get that. This was a concept that deserved more issues to flesh it out, too. I can't give it 1-star, though, because the art was better than 1-star material, even though it wasn't Barry Smith's best.
 
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betarayben Says:
Journey into Mystery #1 Annual : Thor literally falls into Olympus and picks a fight with the first shirtless dude he sees.
 
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Drax Says:
Marvel Team-Up #12 (v1) : Probably the worst team-up so far. That being said ,team-up might be a stretch in this case.
 
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Drax Says:
Hero for Hire #13 : And the laureate for silliest '73 costumed villain: Lionfang. Redsvetz is right, it felt like good ol' DD.
 
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Drax Says:
Hero for Hire #12 : I half expected Fox to killed the story once he would saw Cage do something heroic or save his life, but the subplot took an interesting turn with these blackmailing threats.
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Thor #157 (v1) : While I have to admit I'm a bit bored with this Thor run, Mangog shattering that army was simply badass.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Smash #38 : -@Kez: Loquacious...you owe me 50 cents...er...pence. Seriously, Hulk doth talk too much.
-El Burrito Supremo!
 
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Drax Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #123 (v1) : The last issues have by far been the best Conway I read. I guess I never expected to take such as step in so little time.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Preview #16 : -"Oh crap! We're down to just peanut butter again."
-That's what you call a surprise ending...surprisingly lame this is.
 
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Drax Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #122 (v1) : And I thought the last one was something. This has to be the darkest issue in the order at this point and it might also be the best. In contrast with john54542, I believe that the anti-climatic part of her death is the best part. It shows us the fragility of life is ever present even in comics. Building it would have, in my opinion, lessen the shock and the overall impact associated with this storyline.
 
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Drax Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #121 (v1) : Wow, even knowingly going through this issue, it was still a shock. I mean, it was even more brutal than I ever imagined. That little sound effect on page 18 just sent chills down my spine.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Where Monsters Dwell #25a : -Slightly amusing.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #185a (v1) : -Oh Marvel...you can't even get things in alphabetical order right.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #183 (v1) : -There are other fish in the sea, Petey. Seems like I just said that to somebody...
 
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Calthor Says:
Devil Dinosaur #7 : It is absolutely baffling how Kirby can produce this at the same time that he also produced stuff I'd like to label as garbage.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #182 (v1) : -Wow! Did they really used to say "negroid?"
-Well, good to see ol' Pete finally taking the "Sh*t or get off the pot" saying to heart.
 
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